Thule Ranger Foldaway 280 Litre
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The Thule Ranger 90 Soft Roof Box has a nice blend of features for convenience and the protection of possessions. There are few complaints about this product because it does just enough with few faults. Nothing is outstanding in the design or the use of materials or closures, but nor is there anything that stands out as a major flaw. This roof bag is 110cm long, 80 wide, and 40 high, giving it a decent capacity for plenty of luggage and equipment for your trip. This equates to 280L, so not the largest ever, but fine for the task.
Our reigning roof box champion, the Kamei 510, holds on to its crown. While its stablemate, the Corvara S 390, runs it close, it can’t quite justify its higher price. If you have less to spend, Hapro’s Traxer 6.6 is a cheaper, simple-to-fit solution. Introduction Looking for a roof box for the holiday season? We test eight of the best load carriers on the market
Otherwise, there is not much to complain about. There are other boxes and bags on the market with more substantial features for protection.
Thule Ocean Roof Boxes- The cheapest range from Thule offering great quality at an affordable price. 4 x Options available up to 450 Litres storage capacity. Lots of families can keep their baggage safe and dry with relative ease and appreciate the folding design. So, you shouldn’t go too wrong with this Thule roof box. Thule Motion XT Roof Boxes - Family sized cargo carrier ideal for luggage, outdoor gear and bulky loads. Available up to a huge 610 Litre capacity.The folded dimensions are just 120cm long, 25 tall, and 25 deep. It should be easy to home in a garage or other storage area until it is needed again. This makes this more of a casual model for occasional trips.
Yet not all roof boxes are created equal. We’ve tested eight of the market’s most popular designs to give you the lowdown. How we tested them Introduction - currently reading Looking for a roof box for the holiday season? We test eight of the best load carriers on the marketA roof box might be used for two or three weeks of the year. For the rest of the time it needs a home. If you don't have a garage or a spare storage room in the house then this presents a problem as traditional roof boxes are rigid fibre glass affairs that take up a large amount of space. Masters of innovation Thule have come up with a neat solution, a foldable roof box.